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Mike Nash gets lost after a business trip to Liverpool. He discovers the gates at Strawberry Field and four very familiar faces.
Short Story | Updated Jul 2, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Thoughtful Nights
Another Essay i did in year 12- 2012 on the beatles and their influence on british life in the 1960's. Once again, would LOVE LOVE LOVE! some feedback x
Thoughtful Nights ~ x
By Chris Green
Forget T. S. Eliot, Dave's a good name for a cat, don't you think?
Short Story | Updated Feb 19, 2014 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
By Ken David Stewart
Mr.Stewart adds to his profile. He talks about his musical interests.
By Brian Conlon
Just another family.
Short Story | Updated Nov 11, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Dylan Thomas
it is based on a Beatles song
By Joanna Strafford
John Lennon visits me in a dream
By Juli Monat
This is a true Paleontoligist story, turned into
fiction. The real names has been changed
to avoid, being sued...Ho, HO, HO...Happy Christmas!
By Vardhane Harsh
Worried How to market your upcoming college fest? Thinking How will you spread news about your newly open store?Want to sell online but Don't know How to market it online? Don't want to spend money on costly marketing books and agencies?Well This Book has all the answers .Even if you are new to...
my entry for virtual writer 2010's competition
It may be a little unclear, but this story is that of a young girl who lives with her parents in a small tumble down house by a field, and has always been no stranger to abusive comments, though to her, her daddy has never been a stranger.
A BOY AND GIRL MEET IN TRAFALGAR SQUARE IN 1967.
By Anthony J Piccione
Some thoughts about the current state of music, and why it is in decline.
taken from my book, "And Now It's Time For A Lift Off!"
Beware of the unreleased Beatles song, Carnival of Light.
Music has an amazing ability to move people, even if they cannot hear it.